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Laszlo_Toth

Laszlo Toth



Metz University
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Laszlo S. TOTH, Professor in Mechanics and Metallurgy in Superior Exceptional Class at the University of Lorraine, France Prof. Toth is an internationally known personality of the mechanics and materials scientific community since about 1990. He earned his high recognition through his broad knowledge in both mechanics and materials which permits him to make the bridge between these two disciplines. His high standard interdisciplinary activity made him an ideal collaborator in the best laboratories of several countries where he spent long periods. Established now in France, his original scientific activity attracts many excellent foreign scientists for joint research. The recent expertise of Prof. Toth is in the field of experiments and mechanical modeling of textures and microstructures of SPD materials, especially on quantitative modeling of grain refinement. Prof. Toth published 150 refereed papers, his h factor is 35. He founded two laboratories, the laboratory ‘LEM3’ in 2010 counting 160 persons, then the Laboratory of Excellence on Design of Alloy Metals for low-mAss Structures ('DAMAS') in 2012 of which he is currently the director. Scientific production: 150 journal papers, H factor: 35 (name in publications: Laszlo S. Toth) more information at https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=GFbxXzgAAAAJ Professional address: Laboratory of Elaboration of Microstructures and Mechanics of Materials (LEM3), UMR CNRS N° 7239, Université de Lorraine, Ile du Saulcy, 57045 METZ, FRANCE, Tel: 33 387 31 54 74, Fax : 33 3 87 31 53 66, E-mail: laszlo.toth@univ-lorraine.fr Degrees 1986- Habilitation: "Plastic behavior of FCC polycrystalline metals subjected to simultaneous torsion and tension", Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest. 1979- University doctoral thesis, Eötvös Lorand University, Budapest 1976- Physics diploma, Eötvös Lorand University, Budapest Languages: French, English, Hungarian Professional experience 2014: Chairman of the NanoSPD6 conference; 6th International Conference on Nanomaterials by Severe Plastic Deformation, June 30-July 4, 2014, Metz, France 2012-Founder and Director of the Laboratory of Excellence ‘DAMAS’ (Design of Alloy Metals for low-mAss Structures) uniting the LEM3 (Metz) and IJL (Nancy) laboratories, 80 staff researchers, University of Lorraine 2010-2012: Founder and Director of the LEM3 laboratory, 65 staff researchers, Univ. Lorraine 1998-present: University of Lorraine, France, Professor (in exceptional class since 2011, superior class 2014) 1993 1998: University of Metz, Associate professor 2009: 6 months Invited ARC Professorial Fellow at Monash University, Materials Science and Engineering, Melbourne, Australia 1997: 3 months at the Department of Mech. Mat. Eng., The University of Western Australia, Perth, Gledden senior visiting fellowship 1992 1993: University of Metz, LPMM, invited professor 1990 1992: Material Department, Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium. Principal Investigator in a Brite Euram project on Titanium 1990: 2 months at the Material Department, Ecole des Mines de Saint Etienne, France 1989 1990: Docent at the Institute for General Physics, Eötvös University, Budapest 1989: Visiting professor, 6 months at Department of Civil Engineering, Sherbrooke, Canada 1986 1989: Visiting professor at the Metallurgical Department, McGill University, Canada 1976 1986: Associate Professor (1983 1986), Assistant Professor (1976 1982) at the Institute for General Physics, Eötvös University, Budapest, Hungary Areas of expertise: Mechanics of materials, crystal plasticity, deformation textures, severe plastic deformation, metallurgy Major distinctions: 2012- Knight of the French Superior Education, Government of France, 14 July, 2012 2012- Grand Prize of Research of The Industrial Society of East-France

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